Opinion

Not Yet Uhuru In Zimbabwe: Mugabe and Mnangagwa As Birds of A Feather, By Kayode Ajulo

...it is instructive to note that the antecedents of Emmerson Mnangagwa are particularly worrisome. Mnangagwa is not blameless in the excesses and abuses of the Mugabe administration. He was allegedly involved in the deaths of thousands of civilians during the country’s civil conflict and also allegedly masterminded attacks on opposition…
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Opinion

2062: Nigeria and the Age of Jatropha, By Adewale Ajadi

Wonder what the future holds for this incredible country. The dominant country in global culture and science for the last two decades, it took one decade to double productivity per person. Agriculture and solid minerals were platforms but so was online provision for a population that was growing at an…
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Opinion

Marketing In the Post Digital Age, By Jimi Awosika

Let’s not see this as a complicated demand for our vocation. Essential marketing was and always will be about storytelling. And only humans, not machines, have the capacity of the limbic brain to control our thoughts and feelings. Data, important as it is as a consideration for efficient marketing, would…
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Bámidélé Upfront

From Libya To Europe: Crossing The Archipelago Of Torture, By Bámidélé Adémólá-Olátéjú

I have dedicated my column this week to this issue because a few people have told me they will rather die trying than stay to face a future that does not exist. I don't know if I can stop them. All I can do is to lay the perils of…
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